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Using the Greeks to Plan Options Trades

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Please view this recorded webinar led by Peter Lusk from CBOE, Using the Greeks to plan options trades:

Having realistic expectations about option prices and how they change is necessary when choosing a strike price and expiration date. Listen to Peter Lusk from the CBOE as he discusses the thinking that goes into setting up an options trade.

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